10 November 2011

Mariah Carey in new Slim Avatar

25 November 2010

Katrina Kaif inspired by a cat for her role in TMK

Katrina KaifSeveral stories have been heard about cinestars drawing inspiration from various sources. But, this one is really rare. The bollywood hottie Katrina Kaif has been motivated by an animal. Kat disclosed that she was inspired by a cat for her role in Farah Khan’s entertaining pot-boiler ‘Tees Maar Khan’.

It might sounds strange, but the fact lies that Kat is very fond of Walt Disney Production’s ‘The Aristocats’ - an animated feature of the 70s and admits that she drieves inspiration of her role of Aliya Khan from a real cat.

While promoting TMK, Katrina informed that Aliya Khan, her character in the film is very innocent. Talking more about her role in the film, she said, “She is a wannabe actress who wants to make it big. She takes everything that people tell her in the literal sense. If they tell her that her make-up is not good, she will go and reapply her make-up. I found many similarities in my role to that of a cat. Especially kittens, they are so cute and innocent. And they have beautiful eyes so my make-up and actions were similar to that of a kitten.”

Well, it must be recalled here that Kat adopted an abandoned cheetah found in the forests recently. So, evidently her love for the animal is understandable.

23 November 2010

Aish wants Madhur to alter love-making scenes in 'Heroine'

Aishwarya Rai Aishwarya Rai has been keen on working with Madhur Bhandarkar on his dream project ‘Heroine’. But now, it seems that bachchan bahu is not comfortable with some love making scenes and has has urged the director to make certain alterations to the script. But being an uncompromising filmmaker that Madhur is, one would find it difficult that he would comply with Aishwarya’s terms and conditions. The central role in ‘Heroine’ was initially offered to Kareena Kapoor, who eventually declined the project.

Sources say that the ace filmmaker might consider approaching some other actress for the role, if Aishwarya maintains her ground firmly. The source said, "Madhur has incorporated all the vital elements in his script and the love making scenes are an important part. He may not give in to the demand of changes in the script and rather opt for a different actress."

Even as rumours are doing rounds, Madhur denies having approached Aishwarya for the role. Madhur, said, “I am not in talks with Ash or any other actress about ‘Heroine’. The project is on hold till ‘Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji’ releases in January 2011. I have just finished a 70 day schedule and I am now editing the film."